## What is a WorkKeys exam?

ACT WorkKeys is an assessment that tests students’ job skills in applied reading, writing, mathematics and Essential Skills. Scores are based on job profiles that help employers select, hire, train, develop and retain a high-performance workforce.

## Is the WorkKeys assessment test hard?

Many adults have difficulty with the math portion of the WorkKeys test. By taking practice tests, pinpointing weaknesses, brushing up on skills that need work, and seeking one-on-one help if needed, passing the math portion of WorkKeys can lead to a promising career.

**What is a passing score for WorkKeys?**

If your lowest level score is 3 then you qualify for Bronze, 4 qualifies you for Silver, 5 for Gold, and 6 for Platinum. You must score a 3 or higher on each core assessment to qualify for a certificate.

### Can you fail the WorkKeys test?

No. If you fail a section you may take that section over. You will have to wait 48 hours to re-schedule and you must pay $10.00 per section. If you fail for a 2nd time you must wait 1 week and Athena reccomends that you receive remediation/tutoring from an outside source.

### What kind of math is on the WorkKeys test?

WORKKEYS Applied Math Assessment (34 items, 55 minutes) Solving math problems using one mathematical operation. Calculating customer order totals and correct change. Identifying necessary and unnecessary information within a word problem. Adding commonly used decimals, fractions, and percentages (such as .

**How do I pass WorkKeys test?**

To pass the test, you must score a 3, but higher scores might be required for some jobs and by some employers. Greater achievement levels can also earn you higher levels of certification that can lead to higher levels of employment and pay.

## Can you study for WorkKeys?

WorkKeys Online Prep Course If you want to be fully prepared, Mometrix offers an online WorkKeys Prep Course. The course is designed to provide you with the essential resources you’ll need while studying.

## What kind of math is on WorkKeys test?

Applied Math Assessment

WORKKEYS Applied Math Assessment (34 items, 55 minutes) Solving math problems using one mathematical operation. Calculating customer order totals and correct change. Identifying necessary and unnecessary information within a word problem. Adding commonly used decimals, fractions, and percentages (such as .

**Can you study for the WorkKeys test?**

There are free practice tests for the updated WorkKeys NCRC assessments that allow you to get familiar with the types of questions and the online test experience (including the accessibility tools). These tests will also provide a basic score summary upon completion.

### How much does it cost to take WorkKeys?

The cost to attend ACT WorkKeys Curriculum ranges from $20 to $120 depending on the qualification, with a median cost of $80. When asked how they paid for their training, most reviewers responded, “This certification program was free for everyone”.

### Is the WorkKeys test multiple choice?

Results for the multiple choice portion of the WorkKeys are usually available within two weeks of taking your test. However, it could sometimes be up to eight weeks before you receive your results. You will receive your writing score about two weeks after receiving your scores for the multiple choice section.